MSNBC Tries Deleting Insane Tweet Exposing Their Bias — But The Internet Is Forever

Liberals running the show over at MSNBC appear to have forgotten that the Internet lasts forever.

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In a now-deleted tweet, the official MSNBC account attempted to attack conservatives, but it failed horribly.

“Conservatives don’t mind affirmative action hires so long as the people hired fit their preferred demographic,” their account tweeted.

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The tweet was obviously saved prior to MSNBC deleting it. Without any further context, many people believed the quotation was another blatantly partisan take from the left-wing network.

Social media immediately erupted with backlash against the television network.

Fox News personality Joey Jones responded, “Conservatives’ preferred demographic: Applicant best suited for the job, irrespective of identity.”

“What’s our preferred demographic? If you say ‘white men,’ then this tweet doesn’t make any sense,” the Babylon Bee’s Seth Dillon wrote.

Tablet Magazine’s Noah Blum tweeted, “Someone forgot to switch back to their personal account.” Take a look:

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On Sunday, almost a day after the original tweet was posted, MSNBC deleted the tweet and sent a new with the same quote, this time containing a link to a blog post…
The liberal network also added a follow-up tweet to explain why they deleted the prior tweet.

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“Editorial note: We removed a previous tweet that did not include a link to The ReidOut Blog article and author attribution. Both have been added here for further context,” the tweet said.

Since President Biden announced his intention to fulfill his campaign promise of nominating a Black woman to the Supreme Court after Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement, liberals have defended the president from critics who say whoever Biden nominates will be a form of affirmative action. In addition, the debate surrounding affirmative action was fueled further by the Supreme Court announcing they would hear two cases against U.S. colleges for allegedly “penalizing Asian American applicants” and using “race as a factor in admissions,” a step that could affect affirmative action and equity programs in higher education.